Biochar alters hydraulic conductivity and inhibits nutrient leaching in two agricultural soils: AS800, AS500, SW500 biochars

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Biochar alters hydraulic conductivity and inhibits nutrient leaching in two agricultural soils: AS800, AS500, SW500 biochars
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2021
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Rippner, Devin
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2021
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Washington/California

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Videos generated from X-ray microcomputed tomography data generated at the Advanced Light Source on Beamline 8.3.2 of almond shell and softwood hydropyrolysed at 500 C and almond shells gasified at 800 C. Gross morphological differences among AS500, AS800 and SW500 were visualized by X-ray micro-computed tomography (X-ray microCT) at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Advance Light Source on beamline 8.3.2 using a beam energy of 21 KeV. 1025 projections were acquired using continuous tomography mode with a 4x objective, for a final pixel size of 1.7 µm. Images were reconstructed using gridrec methods via TomoPy and Xi-CAM . Image analysis was completed in Dragonfly, a 3d image analysis software free for non-commercial use (Object Research Systems, Canada). Gross morphological differences among AS500, AS800 and SW500 were visualized by X-ray micro-computed tomography (X-ray microCT) at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Advance Light Source on beamline 8.3.2 using a beam energy of 21 KeV. 1025 projections were acquired using continuous tomography mode with a 4x objective, for a final pixel size of 1.7 µm. Images were reconstructed using gridrec methods via TomoPy and Xi-CAM . Image analysis was completed in Dragonfly, a 3d image analysis software free for non-commercial use (Object Research Systems, Canada).
Keywords Soil Biochar

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